Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara was in the lead role in the Test series against Australia. He hit three half-centuries in the series and despite injuries he remained at the crease. To dismiss Pujara on the final day of the Brisbane Test, Australian bowlers hit consecutive body line balls. Nevertheless, he was still at the crease. He had a big responsibility as a visitor, but his wife was also saddened by his pain. She couldn’t even watch it on TV.
His two-year-old daughter was his support at the time. Her innocence assured the mother that the father would recover. Cheteshwar Pujara’s wife Pooja gave birth to daughter Aditi two years ago. After winning the Brisbane Test, Pujara showed that his wife Pooja was upset when she saw him in pain.
Pujara showed that he used to do the same to Aditi when she fell. So it seems that Dick heals the points. During a conversation with an English letter, Pujara revealed that Brisbane had bruises on his body at several places. Still he remained at the crease for five hours. He scored 56 runs.
A 114-run partnership with Shubman Gill. Pujara said, “He was playing despite the injuries, because I am being used from the beginning.” So I think I have a lot of pain. When you play too much, it gets used to it.